LG Smart TV 55" UHD 4K 55UP751C 3840x2160/IPS/HDR/DVB-T2/T -DVB-C DVB-S2/S -2xHDMI2.0/arc-USB-Lan- HP Wifi+BT-WebOs.
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Yes, and that was accepted. As said, I had >95% signal strength and quality. On Thursday I tuned an old Goodmans set-top box and rather than the 30 minutes the TV was taking to tune 0 channels, it took only a couple of minutes to tune 191, so i know the feeds from the LNBs are working.
Both LG and Samsung use their own smart TV platforms, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. LG's colourful webOS interface features a horizontal menu bar with a row of scrolling content. You'll find it easy to use – even if you class yourself as a technophobe – and it won't interfere with the on screen action. You can also customise the bar with your favourite apps and most-watched channels. But what of voice assistants? LG’s premium TVs come with Google Assistant built in, and limited compatibility with Alexa-controlled devices. All the but the cheapest Samsung TVs feature the firm's proprietary Bixby assistant, which isn't as smart. But there's the option to use Google Assistant or Alexa through third-party devices. Organic LED or Quantum LED? The technical jargon surrounding premium TVs can sound befuddling, but it's worth knowing the key differences between these cutting-edge technologies.
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LG's webOS is excellent, but these days Samsung's Tizen is even better. It's just that bit snappier and more intuitive, and it offers even more apps, including BT Sport and Tidal. Ideally we'd like to see the advantages of each technology combined. Next-generation QLED TVs might offer that, but they won't arrive until 2021 at the very earliest. For now, you can buy a premium Samsung or LG TV and there's a good chance you'll be presented with a superb picture.
LG supports Dolby Vision and HDR10, while Samsung has developed its own standard of HDR, called HDR10+. Like Dolby Vision, it boosts images frame-by-frame, making subtle improvements to the picture. But while Dolby Vision offers a 12-bit colour gamut and 10,000 nits of brightness, HDR10+ can only manage 10-bit and 4,000 nits.This is the TV - https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-24tl510s-24-smart-hd-ready-led-tv-10195142-pdt.html The LG 55UP751C TV is a model with LED technology, a screen diagonal of 139.7 cm, a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, 2 HDMI ports to connect a Blu-ray player, DVD, a game console, etc., 1 USB ports to connect an external hard drive, a Chromecast, a Bluetooth receiver etc., Ethernet port to connect to the internet via cable, internet connection via Wi-Fi, the Web OS operating system, in addition to the rest of the features listed below.